Just wait about a month and a half AT&T and Verizon. Everything will be a-ok.
What are the (projected) long-term side-effects? Is it worth the long-term costs?
It's almost like they need to do a large clinical trial to actually find out. If only they'd do one...
Someone else pointed out the difference between "improve" and "completely erased". But for someone who has a lot of mental disorders running through the family tree and with friends, there is vast differences for what works for one person but not another even for similar symptoms. I'd be extremely surprised if the 60-70% and two-thirds very closely matched. It's never a bad thing to have additional options to treat a condition.
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If you build equipment which can use GPS or GLONASS, you have to pay a license fee.
Well, obviously it would be a gigantic room.
Just wait until January 20th.
Google "Macbook BGA" or "Macbook reflow". Heat issues lead to video chips solder joints breaking over time. It's not an issue that is unique to Macbooks, so I'm not hating on Macs, but it is an issue over time.
Regarding hard drives, I've had laptops whose mainboards have died and weren't worth the cost to repair them. I've never had a problem popping out the hard drive, plugging it in to another computer, and pulling off my files. When the storage drive is directly soldered to the mainboard...not sure how I would recover that data. Sure I could get a time capsule so that all my files are backed up, but that's just another $250 expense on top of everything else just so I can save
A transistor protected by a fast-acting fuse will protect the fuse by blowing first.